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OS 10.5 - How do I install and access Core Animation on Leopard?


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Hi,

I just got Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard today and I am wondering how I can install and access Core Animation on Leopard.

I have tried searching for Core Animations in the finder but nothing appears.

Does Leopard come with Core Animations or do I have to buy the program seperately?

Please advise


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Core Animation is a data visualization API used by Mac OS X 10.5 to produce animated user interfaces...

It's built into the opearting system and I'm assuming you are not a programmer so don't worry about it.
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No, I am not a programmer. I only use my iMac to produce and compose music and videos using Final Cut and Logic Pro 8.

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